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Sep 26
Helen Frankenthaler: December 12, 1928 - December 27, 2011.

Helen Frankenthaler: December 12, 1928 - December 27, 2011.

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Helen Frankenthaler

Helen Frankenthaler

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Leda and the Swan (Part V), 1980
Cy Twombly

Leda and the Swan (Part V), 1980

Cy Twombly

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Sep 22
“I have always thought “Twombly” ought to be (if it isn’t already) a verb, as in twombly: (vt.): to hover thoughtfully over a surface, tracing glyphs and graphs of mischievous suggestiveness, periodically touching down amidst discharges of passionate intensity. Or, then again, perhaps a noun, as in twombly (n.): A line with a mind of its own.” simon schama (via thedailyeli)


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Jul 14
yoonjin   jung

yoonjin   jung

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Jul 9

hyperallergic:

These are fantastic. Lots of great style.

artofthetitle:

New this week!

The Golden Age of the American B-Movie Title Sequence, Part 2: The End of the Production Code.

Read Belted, Booted and Buckled: B-Movie Title Design of the 1960s on Art of the Title


diseño indsurial

diseño indsurial

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Henry Moore. Tube Shelter Perspective: The Liverpool Street Extension, 1941.

Henry Moore. Tube Shelter Perspective: The Liverpool Street Extension, 1941.

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Kazuko Hashimoto
Afternoon Rain, 1922
 

Kazuko Hashimoto

Afternoon Rain, 1922

 

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Jun 28
With his installation titled ‘Boreal Halo’ in Paris’ Carreau du Temple, artist Vincent Leroy pulls us into his imaginary world. As featured on Designboom

With his installation titled ‘Boreal Halo’ in Paris’ Carreau du Temple, artist Vincent Leroy pulls us into his imaginary world. As featured on Designboom

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Jun 26

pacegallery:

Hiroshi Sugimoto: For its 100th issue, the Cahiers d’Art features Hiroshi Sugimoto. The issue includes unpublished views of Sugimoto’s works, and focuses on The World is Dead Today, a story by the artist that juxtaposes his photographs with eclectic antiques. The issue also includes an interview of Sugimoto by Hans Ulrich Obrist and a text by Akiko Miki, Chief Curator of the Palais de Tokyo. Read more here.

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Still Life is on view at 510 West 25th Street through Saturday, June 28. 


Surreal Sculptures Boast Bold Blocks of Color by Willy Verginer

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